Street Festival stalls

Monday 30th August 2021

If you are interested in booking a stall at the Devizes International Street Festival 2021 please read through updated information for this year and complete our initial enquiry form at the bottom of the page. This year the footprint of the festival will be larger spreading out acts and stalls to offer audiences more space and to ensure the safety of all in attendance. Your pitch location will be allocated and is non-negotiable.  

Devizes Colour Rush will also be happening on the evening of the 30th of August, bringing spectators and runners to the finish line in Devizes Town Centre. Trader hours will be extended this year to match event activities.

We work closely with our sponsor Stealth Brewery, who provide our Festival bar, so will not actively be looking for new alcohol vendors. 

2021 Pitch Fees

This year due to the Festival being a one-day event we have adjusted pitch fees. Devizes Colour Rush will also be taking place in the evening meaning that trading hours have been extended fo 2021. Please check the market times before registering your interest in a pitch.  

  • Suitcase stall – £15
  • Makery Stalls – £30
  • Charity – £25 
  • Trade (Small 3x3m) – £80  
  • Trade (Large 3x6m) – £180 
  • Trade (XL 3x9m) – £210  
  • Hot Food (Small 3x3m) – £150 
  • Hot Food (Large 3x6m) – £200  

Suitcase Stalls

These are aimed at small scale sellers with a particular focus on local makers offering unique and individual products. We particularly like to support start-up businesses. Stalls are limited to a maximum of 1m x 1m pitch. Please note your pitch will be outdoors, there will be no cover for suitcase stalls so traders should bring their own parasol or golf umbrella and a table if required. Gazebos are not permitted for suitcase pitches. Trading hours are from 11am – 9.30pm suitcase stallholders are permitted to leave before the end of the trading hours. 

Charity stalls

Charities are offered outdoor pitches. These are limited to a 3m x 3m plot. Power will not be provided. Please bring your own gazebo as needed. 

Trade stalls

Trade stalls are aimed at arts and craft retailers, or those selling cold food (cakes, meats, cheeses etc) and hot drinks. We do not provide power for trade stalls, these are outdoors pitches. Please bring your own gazebo as needed. Trading hours are from 11am – 9.30pm.

  • Small stalls are maximum 3m x 3m
  • Large stalls are maximum 3m x 6m
  • XL stalls are a maximum 3m x 9m 

Hot food stalls

These are aimed at those aiming to provide hot food or drink. Power can be provided, but please ensure this is detailed on your application form and we will contact you separately. Please bring your own gazebo as needed. Trading hours are from 11am – 9.30pm. 

  • Small stalls are maximum 3m x 3m 
  • Large stalls are maximum 3m x 6m 

Ice cream vans

Due to the large number of companies that contact us, we will be using the same tender process from 2019. The invitation to tender process will go live on 6th May and the deadline for submissions is the 6th June. More information can be found here. 

The Makery 

As a new initiative started in 2019 we want to incorporate a handmade/home-made arts and crafts fair into the annual International Street Festival, from 11am – 6pm in the Corn Exchange. We are calling it ‘The Makery’’. The aim of The Makery will be to raise the profile of contemporary local visual artists and craftspeople, provide opportunities for creativity into the public domain as well as supporting the local arts economy. We are looking for local artists, craftspeople and creatives who would like a stall at this year’s event. You will be provided with a 6×2 table. 

Trade and hot food stalls only

If you need space for a vehicle (no bigger than a Transit van), we will charge an additional £60. We encourage you to bring your own generators if you need electricity, please ensure they are quiet and don’t give out lots of fumes. Limited power points are available for an additional £10 per day (limited to 16Amps).

Single-Use Plastics  

Over the next year, DOCA is looking to phase single-use plastics out of all events. During this time, we will start looking more favourably on market traders who share this ethos and use alternatives such as wooden cutlery or vegware and are becoming more environmentally friendly about their packaging. In future years this will be part of our selection process. 

If you want further information on alternative options we have collated some links in the following document 

Please read our Terms and Conditions before applying